How to add immunisations you’ve had overseas to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR).
If you’ve had immunisations in another country, you can have them added to the AIR. You’ll need documents in English that show what immunisations you’ve had. Take these to a recognised vaccination provider in Australia. You can ask them to:
- check if the immunisations you’ve had match the National Immunisation Program
- help you to catch up if you’re missing any immunisations
- add your overseas immunisations to the AIR.
These immunisations will then be on your immunisation history statement.
If your documents aren’t in English, you can get them translated. Read about the Free Translating Service on the Department of Home Affairs website. You can use this service if you’re settling in Australia or if you’re already living here permanently.
We can only accept information directly from a recognised vaccination provider in Australia.
Read more about National Immunisation Program Schedule on the Department of Health website.
Read more about how to get an immunisation history statement.
Page last updated: 2 October 2020
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